Five for the Fifth – 5 Questions for The 5th of October

Happy Fifth of October, everyone!

I’m always excited about the fifth of the month as I get to post this monthly feature where I get to post five random news item/observation/trailer, etc. and then turn it over to you to share your take on that given topic. You can see the previous five-for-the-fifth posts here.

So here we go …

  • It’s October which means it’s horror movie month for a lot of people. Well, as most of you already know, horror isn’t my cup of tea so FlixChatter will remain horror-free all month long. With that said, there are a couple of horror movies that I do appreciate and perhaps don’t even mind watching again, such as 28 Days Later and The Sixth Sense (weird that both have numbers in them. Now tell me, what’s the best and/or scariest horror flick you’ve ever seen?
  • I haven’t blogged about any superhero stuff in a while so today’s as good a time as any. Check out this photo of Russell Crowe as Jor-El (that’s Superman’s dad in case you didn’t know) on the set of Man of Steel in Vancouver.

    It’s ‘Lord of the rings meets Merlin meets Game of thrones meets Robin hood,’ says one commenter on Superherohype. Don’t forget Thor! 😀 I actually think it looks pretty cool, it’s certainly more rugged and imaginative than the white neon-y thing that Marlon Brando wore in the first Superman. This one makes Jor-El look like a Medieval warrior than a Kryptonian scientist though. What do you think folks? Are you liking the costume and/or casting of Man of Steel so far?
  • The adrenaline-junkie that is Tom Cruise is seen hanging down from a ridiculously high skyscraper in this IMAX poster on the zillionth Mission Impossible movie.

    It’s a pretty cool-looking poster IMO, though it kinda makes me dizzy as I have just a touch of vertigo. I know my friend and FC guest-blogger Ted looooves watching movies at IMAX theaters, but I personally get a headache watching action-packed scenes on those giant, surround screen. My question to you is two-fold… do you like watching movies on those IMAX giant screen? If so, what’s the latest film you saw there?
  • This past weekend, two of the top three box office winners were animal-themed movies: Dolphin Tale and Lion King 3D. Seems like there is no shortage in this sub-genre as later this month, the Shrek character spin-off Puss in the Boots will hit theaters. If I were to name my three favorite animal-themed flicks, I’d probably go with The Lion King, Finding Nemo and if we’re counting documentaries, March of the Penguins. What’s your favorite animal-themed movie?
  • Yesterday was supposed to be Charlton Heston’s 88th birthday. The iconic Hollywood legend has done 129 projects in his lifetime, including TV, voice-over work, etc. since his first ever film in 1941. He often plays larger-than-life characters such as Moses in The Ten Commandments and a Jewish prince in Ben-Hur. I’m hoping to get the BD box set of the latter that’s just been released. The reviews have been as stellar as the masterpiece itself. Man that chariot scene’s got to look spectacular on Blu-ray!

    So what’s your favorite Charlton Heston role?

Well, that’s it for this month’s Five for the Fifth. Now, please pick a question out of the five above or better yet, do ‘em all!

58 thoughts on “Five for the Fifth – 5 Questions for The 5th of October

  1. Hmm… let’s see:
    1. without question, THE EXORCIST; on a scare/emotional/story level, this is without peer for me.
    2. I withhold judgment on the costume without seeing Russell and ‘it’ in a real scene; so far, I’m intrigued with the casting.
    3. oh, heck yeah on IMAX; the last one (in a true IMAX, not IMAX-lite, theater) was INCEPTION.
    4. ‘Cujo’… sorry, couldn’t help myself 😉 ; for cute and cuddly – FINDING NEMO, for it’s antithesis – JAWS.
    5. I do love Ben-Hur (and will be picking up that Blu-ray Disc), but for me it’s Charlton Heston in Anthony Mann’s great and underrated EL CID (which I’m still waiting on to be released in BD).

    As usual, a great and fun post, Ruth. Thanks.

    1. Hi Michael, The Exorcist is the scariest I’ve ever seen as well, but not exactly something I’d watch again, once is more than enough.

      I love Russell and I’m already excited about Man of Steel, so it’d be great to see him in the role.

      I love the JAWS reference in Nemo, a big shark named Bruce, it’s just all around awesome! 😀

      I’ve got to admit I haven’t seen many Heston’s earlier roles before Ben-Hur. Did he play a Latino in El Cid?? I always find it interesting he played a Jewish prince as he didn’t look the part to me, yet he made the role his own in such an iconic way.

      1. He portrayed Spain’s national hero, Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar (AD. 1043 – July 10, 1099), known as El Cid. And Sophia Loren co-starred as his wife (there’s another reason to watch this one) ;-).

  2. Yay October! My favorite time of the year!

    – I don’t find myself particularly scared by horror flicks, though there are some that are a bit too gross for my taste. Like zombie flicks, looking at them when the makeup is really well done makes me queasy. But my favorite horror franchises, and the ones I will be revisiting this month here at school (the roommate can’t stop me! muhahahha!) is all ten HALLOWEENs, all 11 FRIDAY THE 13THs, and all four SCREAMs. Maybe a NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET here or there, but I’m not as huge a fan of those. But the HALLOWEENs and FRIDAYs are a must. Oh! And FROM DUSK TILL DAWN. It ain’t Halloween without DUSK!

    – Initially I wasn’t a fan of this Jor-El look, but y’know, you’re right. It’s way more creative than Brando’s outfit, and damnit, at least it looks mostly cool. I like how the suits of Superman, Zod, and Jor-El mirror each other, so at least consistency and a sense of Kryptonian culture will be felt. It’s also nice to know Snyder ISN’T going the Bryan Singer route and adhering to Donner’s take religiously. So far, so good. I loved the SuperHeroHype description, that made me smile. 🙂

    – I’ve only seen one flick on the IMAX: THE DARK KNIGHT. It. Was. Worth. It.

    – Favorite animal themed movie. Um. I guess KUNG FU PANDA. I love those two movies. Not a huge fan of any of those animal Disney movies, although of course I respect LION KING. Just none of them are like, “I lovez youz sooo much! I wants a pretty furry toy of you!”

    – And you just might internet destroy me for this, but BEN-HUR is the ONLY Charlton Heston role I’ve seen. I know he’s been in a bazillion or two, but, uh, I just haven’t had any interest. Not even the original APES. The good news is, though, I really frakkin’ LOVED BEN-HUR, and you can bet I’m picking up that gorgeous Blu-Ray set…sometime in the future. Cos I really don’t like those Gift Sets. Take up too much space in a already jam-packed shelving unit.

    Sorry for a super long post. Must go to class now. Happy October (again)! w00t!

    1. Yep, I’m grossed out by most horror flicks, as well as easily spooked. I think the scariest horror stories for me is ones related to demon-possession or something like The Devil’s Advocate, because evil usually comes in attractive packages, so the monsters stuff are actually not that scary.

      I think Snyder & Nolan are imaginative enough to create their ‘own’ version of Superman, so for that I’m optimistic.

      I almost saw TDK on IMAX but I’m afraid I’ll get motion sickness from all the fast movements.

      Hey, I haven’t seen that many Heston roles either so I’m not gonna hold it against you, man. Glad you enjoyed Ben-Hur and from what I’ve heard, it should be worth buying!

      THanks for taking the time before class to comment, Andy!

  3. The few IMAX movies I’ve seen failed to convince me that it was worth the investment. Believe it or not, the last IMAX movie I saw was some nature documentary at the Museum of Natural History here in New York. Some friends had a few free passes and invited me. The last non-doc I saw in IMAX was ‘I Am Legend,’ and that was only so I could see the extended ‘Dark Knight’ preview that preceded it. IMAX is alright, but I very rarely feel inspired to see a film in that format.

    1. Yeah, it’s way too expensive for me, plus the IMAX here is at the zoo that charge $5 bucks for parking. I haven’t found anything worth seeing at the IMAX, maybe if they re-release Ben-Hur at the IMAX I might see it 🙂

      1. Ted S.

        I would love to see Ben-Hur on IMAX but considering Warner Bros. spent millions on restoring it for Blu-ray and it took them over two years to finish it; I could only imagine how much it will cost for them to remaster it for IMAX and how long it will take to finish the process. Maybe if we come up with a petition and have tons of people sign it, then they may spend the money and get it to the giant screen but I highly doubt it. 🙂

  4. Horror movie? Growing up a Catholic kid in the 70’s… The Exorcist. It scared the bejesus out of me. That one frame flash of Pazuzu’s face subliminally put in there was just sadistic on Freidkin’s part.

    Honestly if you’ve seen an IMAX movie at a science center the ones at the theater pale in comparison. I only have seen The Dark Knight and Inception at IMAX.

    My favorite animal themed movie is probably Never Cry Wolf directed by Carroll Ballard. Charles Martin Smith studying and interacting with a family of wolves in the wild of Alaska was something to behold. Animated I’d have go with the utterly depressing but very moving The Plague Dogs. Wouldn’t recommend it to the kids. Written by Richard Adams who wrote Watership Down.

    Not really a big fan of Charlton Heston because of his politics but I’d say him playing a “Mexican” cop in Touch Of Evil.


    1. ‘Touch of Evil’ with Heston as a Mexican cop was some bizarrely brilliant casting (Universal’s choice, not Orson Welles’). It’s the only movie I know that was referenced both in ‘Ed Wood’ and ‘Get Shorty’ (and for just that point). Great pick!

      1. you are too right le0pard13. You think hold, Heston as a MEXICAN? But somehow it works! One wonders how that casting meeting with Welles went … wonder if he was Welles’ first choice?

    2. Fortunately I must’ve blocked that part out. The Exorcist really is hard to top. I don’t know how Linda Blair looks at herself in the mirror, I bet when she’s putting beauty mask on she might actually spook herself, ahah.

      Yeah, my friend Ted says the same thing about the faux-IMAX at the theater, I’ve only seen non-Hollywood movies at the real IMAX and they’re indeed spectacular.

      Never Cry Wolf sounds interesting, wolves are quite fascinating to me.

      I’m not a political person so I don’t care about that, I simply judge him as an actor. Wow, so he’s played yet another Latino character?

    1. Oh cool, no I hadn’t seen that clip. The audio was bad though, but I know Russie has a nice, gruff voice. He sticks to the Aussies, eh, wasn’t he at Nicole’s wedding?

      What’s Watership Down about?

      1. Oh, man, you need to see Watership Down. It’s a rather serious movie about a group of rabbits who leave their warren to start a new life elsewhere. It’s animated, and it’s rabbits, so I think people think it’s a “kid’s movie,” but it’s really dramatic.

  5. Horror. I’m with you, Ruth. Yuck.

    Don’t know about Russell in that robe. Verdict. Must. Wait.

    I’ve only seen science movies in IMAX theatres. The last one was The Dream is Alive, about the space shuttle. Unbelievable photography. Not good for your vertigo, though!

    Fav animal film: The Black Stallion. Lovely rendering of Walter Farley’s unforgettable book. Animated animal film? Kung Fu Panda practically brings the entire animal kingdom into play! Great stuff. Beautiful AND funny.

    Heston. What a conundrum. He was always good on screen, but I really enjoyed him as Gregory Peck’s foil in The Big Country. They brought out the best in each other–and they were polar opposites, apparently…

    Aren’t you amazed I did not mention Gabriel Byrne anywhere in this post?! Oops…

    1. Hi Stella… hey you can bring up Gabriel Byrne ANYTIME on my blog, as you know he’s the other Irish-decent whose initial GB I love 😀

      Yeah, I’ve only seen non-feature films on IMAX too, and I think I saw a couple space-related ones. They’re always fascinating.

      Heston AND Peck in the same film??! I gotta see that one pronto! I’ve been wanting to do a Gregory Peck marathon and that one definitely will be the first ones. Thanks for the info.

      1. I also meant to give stellakuru kudos for her selection of William Wyler’s The Big Country. Heston is absolutely great in a supporting role. It came out in Blu-ray Disc this year, and like Ben Hur and it is one of the best widescreen epics around. It’s one of my all-time favorite westerns and I covered why it is a must see (whether you’re a western fan or not) in a post from my old blog (in case you’re interested).

        1. Cool!! I’ll just wait until the BD is released then as it’ll look even more spectacular. I’m usually not a Western fan but I just have to check out The Big Country. Thanks Michael!

  6. 1. The original Pulse(not the remake, just to be clear).
    2. I’m still not excited for it to be honest.
    3. The last movie i saw on IMAX was Thor. I think it helped
    4. I don’t really have one.

    The last 2 i don’t really have a good answer for

  7. 1. It’s probably not the scariest, but the first one that jumped into my head was The Others, for one particular scene involving a door that made me jump, even in my apartment on DVD.

    2. I don’t pay that much attention to the costumes, but I’m a fan of the casting for Man of Steel, especially Costner and Crowe. My concern with that movie is the Snyder factor.

    3. The IMAX movies I’ve seen (very few) have still been on a normal screen, so I can’t really comment on a huge screen. I will say that I hate paying the upcharge since movies are already expensive. I am excited to see the next Mission Impossible movie.

    4. Going Ape? Every Which Way But Loose? Nothing’s jumping in my head for this one besides Free Willy and March of the Penguins, and neither is a perfect choice. So I guess Going Ape it is.

    5. For Charlton Heston, I’m going with the Omega Man. Watching him talk to himself and mannequins for a lot of the movie is classic. Who else could play the last man on Earth so well?

    1. ‘The Others’ is a great, atmospheric pick, Dan. BTW, only because I’m also a fan, but Target had the newly released Blu-ray Disc of that film for $5 (as of yesterday). Just thought you’d like to know.

    2. The trailer for The Others looks so darn spooky, I don’t think I can watch that one.

      Not a Snyder fan, eh? I think he certainly has a lot to prove but I am optimistic he can do this film justice… the fact that Nolan is behind him gives me hope.

      Lots of votes for Omega Man, I better check that out!

  8. Hi, Ruth and company:

    Great questions!

    Best/Scariest horror flick?: Toss up between Val Lewton’s ‘Cat People’. For what you don’t see. George Romero’s original ‘Night Of The Living Dead’ for what you do. One one the best low to no-budget classics. Copied and stolen from countless times, but never topped and still the reigning champ!

    Have no problem casting Russell Crowe as Superman’s dad. Costuming had a more formal ‘Gladiator’ look to it. So that’s a plus.

    IMAX seems to get too close sometimes and gives me a headache later. Not a fan.

    Favorite animal themed movie?: ‘Wind Across The Everglades’ by Nicholas Ray from 1958. Beautifully shot film that meshes enviornmental zealots and a wickedly evil Burl Ives as ‘Cottonmouth’. Gave me nightmares as a kid.

    Favorite Charlton Heston role?: Major Amos Dundee in Sam Peckinpah’s flawed ‘Major Dundee’. The film may not be perfect, but Peckinpah’s later, ‘The Wild Bunch’ is!

    1. I think horror flicks can be as scary for what you DON’T see, so without having seen Cat People I believe you that it’s terrifying.

      I’m with you about IMAX giving me a headache, I mean why spend the extra money to feel dizzy, y’know.

      You always have films I hadn’t heard about Jack, your film knowledge always blows my mind 😀

      I’ve only seen one Peckinpah film and I didn’t like it. Not sure if I want to see another.

  9. 1. Dont think I have a fave horror film. There are so many that I like – Dead of Night, The Innocents, The Others and i will throw in Sream for good measure. There are probably others but I am stumped.

    2. Not sure I am feeling this whole Superman Reboot 2.0. The Jor El kit is decidedly more Romanesque and ‘robey’ than Brando’s (sorry inevitable that one will compare).

    3a. MI Ghost Protocol. Looking at the poster gave me a headache. It is a cool design mind but not worth the ensuing dizziness.

    3b. IMAX is alright for huge, sweeping spectacles that have equally larger than life set pieces, so yes IMAX is alright by me!

    4. BAMBI 🙂 Aww Thumper puts a smile on my face.

    5. Fave Charlton Heston role? Vargas in Touch of Evil. It is so against type it is quite a bit of fun to see him as a Mexican lawman.

    1. Bambi! Oh how could I forget, LOVE that one, and Thumper is indeed adorable. I think actors who play against type is always interesting, not only that, he’s playing someone of a different race!

  10. Like you I don’t like horror either. The last one I remember watching and turning off just I didn’t feel comfortable with it was Drag Me to Hell. I only give them a chance if they are a bit comedic like Zombieland.

    Haven’t been keeping track of the Superman movie, will check it out a while after it has been released.

    Yeah, like them a lot, although the screen we have is not a true IMAX screen (it’s smaller and you are further away). Not sure about the last movie I saw there. It probably was Toy Story 3.

    I’m with you on The Lion King and Finding Nemo, great movies!

    Favorite Charlton Heston movie? Haven’t seen a lot of his movies, but would probably go for Planet of the Apes!

    1. Glad to hear I’m not the only one who dislike horror flicks! I haven’t seen Zombieland but my hubby loved it, yeah I don’t mind horror comedy as much, as I quite enjoyed Shaun of the Dead.

      Oh I forgot that some Pixar movies were released on IMAX. I guess I wouldn’t mind seeing those there, for sure they look beautiful!

  11. I typically don’t like horror since they make me uncomfortable, but I always watch ‘Rocky Horror Picture Show’. It’s a tradition.

    That Superman photo is cool. I still have a hard time believe Russell Crowe is in the movie even if it’s only 20 minutes.

    Having just seen Ben-Hur, I’d probably say I like that as my favorite Charlton Heston movie. I’m not sure if it will change after ‘Ten Commandments’. I’ll get back to you on that one. The Blu-ray is incredible though. I think I’ll do a review for it soon. Hopefully.

    1. Rocky horror is more of a horror comedy, no?

      Yeah, seeing Russell and Henry Cavill, two of my fave actors as father & son would be very interesting to see!

      You’ve just seen Ben-Hur? For the first time or repeat? I saw it for the first time when I was a teen w/ my mother. Loved it then, love it now. I’d love it if you do a review of it, let me know when you have that up.

  12. The Exorcist – by far – is the scariest, most haunting horror film I’ve ever seen. It is also one of the best films I’ve ever seen – probably because it has such a powerful effect on me.

    I’m not sure what my favourite Charlton Heston or animal movie is – hang on, I know – it’s Planet of the Apes! 🙂

  13. FUNK

    Hi Ruth,
    1. Would have to be some of Rob Zombie’s films House of 1000 Corpses or Devils Rejects, just something creepy about them that sends shivers down my spine.
    2. Like the costume and the casting.
    3. The Poster just doesn’t grab me, though I’m looking forward to the movie.
    4. Seabiscuit
    5. Like Jack mentioned, I go hands down, Major Dundee!!!!

    1. Hi Dave, oh yeah the poster was nothing spectacular, but my question was about seeing movies on IMAX 🙂

      I do like Seabiscuit, good call there.

  14. Ted S.

    1. I used to love watching horror flicks when I was younger but I’m bore with them now. Also, a lot of the new horror flicks are mostly made to shock or just grossed out gore. I’m not into that stuff anymore. I guess the scariest “horror” flick I can remember seeing was a little seen films called Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, very disturbing film.

    2. I don’t mind the new costume, at least they’re doing something different than the Donner’s Superman films.

    3. Yes I do love seeing films on IMAX so I can’t wait to see M: I-Ghost Protocol on the big screen. Especially now that it will open a few days earlier on IMAX than on regular screen. Also, Brad Bird filmed most of the big action scenes with IMAX cameras so they should look awesome. I hope Warner will show the opening scene of The Dark Knight Rises before this film like they did with The Dark Knight a few years ago when I Am Legend was shown on the giant screen.

    4. Does Jumanji count as animal theme film? If so, that’s my favorite.

    5. I always like Charleston Heston in the original Planet of the Apes and also in The Omega Man.

    1. There are just waaay too many horror flicks lately and without having seen them, seems like most of them are crap. A lot of horror directors seem more obsessed with blood and gore and shocking imagery instead of actually having a terrifying and haunting story, y’know.

      He..he.. I just had to mention you on the post as I know how much you love IMAX, Ted.

      Oh Jumanji is quite a fun film and yeah of course it counts.

    2. Ted,

      you know Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer is one of those rare transgressive films like Funny Games, Irreversible, I Stand Alone, Audition, Salo or the 120 Days of Sodom, Antichrist or A Clockwork Orange that goes beyond horror. What gives those films it’s horror is they’re basically all told as dramas, not horror stories. Dramas that are beyond our comprehension of what seemingly real people are capable of doing to one another other. Now that is scarier than all the ghosts and monsters you can put up on the screen. Jason, Freddy, Pinhead and Michael Myers don’t really scare me. Henry, Hannibal Lecter, Mr. White and Alex DeLarge are what scares me.


      1. Ted S.

        Exactly Dave, Freddy or Jason doesn’t scare me at all. Henry on the other hand though, he scare the crap out of me.

  15. 1. I haven’t seen that many but I am a big fan of 28 Days Later. Cillian Murphy was spot on and the opening scenes are so memorable – I can picture them now. Those opening scenes are set in London, the London I know now, not some distant future. It was so surreal seeing the streets deserted.

    2. I’m very excited about Man of Steel. I like the idea of Cavill as Superman and Adams as Lois but I still can’t picture them together really. We’ll have to wait and see what Snyder decides to do with their relationship.

    3. Nope, never seen a film at an IMAX…

    4. Off the top of my head, I love Babe. It’s such a sweet film.

    5. Apart from El Cid, which I can’t really remember, I haven’t seen any Heston flicks – yet!

    1. Y’know, I feel the same way as you about Amy Adams as Lois, I mean I like her but seems a bit miscast as Lois, I dunno. We’ll see I guess.

      Oh Babe is a good one, I quite enjoyed that one!

  16. 1. Not much of a horror movie guy because of one movie: The Exorcist which traumatized my childhood. I only watched like 20 minutes of it, and to this day, haven’t given it another try ahah

    2. Casting is great. As I said before, Snyder is the weak link. I guess we will see when the movie gets here.

    3. I’ve seen only one movie on IMAX, it was Thor last spring. It’s great but quite overpriced.

    4. The Lion King, still one of the very best Disney animation to this day!

    5. Charlie who?

    1. Hey we’re both traumatized by the same movie! I saw Exorcist in college but couldn’t sleep for like 2 days! You mentioned ‘IT’ on John’s blog I think, I’m afraid of clowns to this day because of it, but the film’s ending is pretty silly IMO.

      Hey, you never call Mr. Heston Charlie… he’s just too dignified for that 😀

  17. L O V E these posts, Ruth!!

    okay, my turn:

    1. Scariest horror flick. I don’t know, but 28 Days Later is a good one!
    2. Man of Steel. Like the casting a lot, the costume works well for me!
    3. I like Imax but have only seen nature/space documentaries on it
    4. Animal Themed movie? hmm, I liked Babe haha, but Old Yeller prob an old classic fave
    5. Charlton Heston. Ben Hur, no doubt!

  18. Definitely not the “scariest” by any stretch, but I am a total sucker for the Universal creature features. Every October, I feel like I have to see at least three of the following: Frankenstein, The Bride of Frankenstein, Dracula, The Wolf Man, The Invisible Man, The Mummy, and The Creature from the Black Lagoon.

    The one that scared me the most when I was a kid was Poltergeist. I still get a thrill out of that. And I’m sure I’ll be watching Shaun of the Dead in a few weeks. My friend shows it at a Halloween party on a big sheet spread out as a movie screen in his back yard.

    1. I don’t think I’ve seen any of those creature features except for The Mummy, is that the Brendan Fraser one, John?

      Oh man, Poltergeist is definitely scary, but not scarier than Exorcist (well, NOTHING is scarier than that one IMO). Shaun is a lot of fun, Bill Nighy is a hoot in that one. Ha..ha.. that sounds like a fun Halloween party, John!

  19. Wow, I had no idea you weren’t that much into horror!! With Halloween coming up, I know it’s kind of cliche but I am looking forward to seeing “Paranormal Activity 3.” The whole franchise has been both a very entertaining yet creepy experience. I recently saw “Insidious” which was really scary (more towards the first half). I enjoy the more subtle, playing tricks on your mind, type of films that are more psychological in nature! 🙂

  20. Best horror flick: It’s insanely hard for me to pick one, so my standard answer is The Shining.

    Do I like Russell’s outfit: It looks bad ass, and it will look even better in the actual movie. It’s kind of easy to pick on super hero costumes when you’re looking at a picture taken by some random dude on the set.

    IMAX: Yep, I love going to IMAX stuff. The last movie I saw there was Avatar. By the way, if you haven’t seen it, there’s a video of Tom Cruise hanging around outside that building. It’s on YouTube.

    Favorite animal-themed movie: Grizzly Man. Hah, I bet none of the other 56 comments here mentioned that one.

    Favorite Chuck Heston movie: hmmm…Honestly, I haven’t seen many of his films. I know, lame. I want to see Touch of Evil. Heston playing a Mexican = awesome.

  21. Question number 1: RINGU!!!!

    Question number 2: I don’t really follow the updates of Man in steel

    Question number 4: Is The Rise of The Planet of The Apes count?

    I skipped number 3 and 5 because i know nothing about it.

    I never have thought you are going to ask us best horror movies 😉
    28 days later is not horror,for me…in Novroz’s genre, it’s a thriller movie.

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